Graffiti removal and facade cleaning
- Repairs of ground-floor parts of facades, cleaning facades damaged by graffiti
- Facade surface penetration
- Graffiti removal
- Permanent supervision programme:
- Restoring the building to its original state
- Surface penetration
- Permanent checks and removal of graffiti within 24 hours
More informations about graffiti removal, facade cleaning
What is graffiti?
Graffiti is a pigment paint drawing on a porous surface, durable and changing the aesthetic appearance. It is typical for highly frequented urban agglomerations.
Graffiti removal technology
The removal technology combines mechanical washing with high-pressure hot water and chemical agent application. The process needs a great deal of human work. Right on the spot, our people carry out testing, based on the information about the surface (plaster type, façade paint, damage seriousness etc.) and the quality of the paint, and decide on the combination of water pressure and temperature and the use of chemicals, together with the technological procedure.
Permanent care for building surfaces
Based on the insurance principle. For a monthly fee, we check the surfaces ourselves. The lump sum covers removing graffiti in very short reaction times. Supported by a contract.
Carried out on order. Based on demand, we check the situation on the spot and prepare a quote both for graffiti removal and possible repairs of stucco and plaster, followed by anti-graffiti penetration.
In the permanent care, the key pricing factors are the building location, determining the risks of graffiti occurrence (near underground stations etc.), and the total facade area of the ground-floor part of the building. With respect to both factors, we distinguish between two groups of buildings.
The basic parameter for single removal is the graffiti area. The minimum area is 1 m2, then we bill for dm2. The price includes arrival, removal and penetration.
The “2 against graffiti” project
Since the beginning of 2010 we have been involved in a far-reaching project in the City District of Prague 2. This involves removing graffiti from private and municipal buildings in one of the most beautiful districts in our city. More than 300 private and municipal buildings are currently involved in the project. You will find more information at 2protigraffiti.cz.